Colva beach is the most popular among the south Goa Beaches. It is located few kilometers south of Dabolim Airport. It is close to the commercial city – Madgaon, that Goa travelers know better as the railhead in Goa.
Colva Beach by Evening
The beach has fine sand that is also whiter compared to Goa beaches popular in the north. This beach gets a lot of Goa tourists during the season. And is a hub for various water sports like water scooters, boat rides, and paragliding. Usual amenities like eateries, safety, and accommodations including luxury Hotels and Portuguese era Goa homestays are all along the stretch of beach within walkable distance and or at short distances away.
South Goa Beaches
Colva beach is part of a long stretch of south Goa beaches extending from Cansaulim to Betul about 20 km’s in a straight line. For beach walking, this is a big attraction. As it offers a unique ‘just can’t get lost’ opportunity to them. You can walk on quiet and empty stretches that are punctuated with beaches like this one filled with people. While on Goa Holidays if you like the quieter Goa beaches, we recommend a rather less crowded beach nearby – Utorda beach.
Sunset at Goa
Viewing Sunset sitting while enjoying local food in the shacks, after all, the exhausting activities are what the Goa memories are made of. Especially for those who do not live on a sea-shore.
We recommend a visit beach to Colva beach when you are on Goa Holidays. To soak in the Sun, Sand, and the sea. The memorable experience they create together as the sun bids goodbye for the day.
Add Colva Beach to your list of Goa Beaches to visit and revel during Goa Holidays.
Recommend you to read following Places to visit in Goa on Travel Blog.
- Chorla Ghat – Drive through Goa Hinterlands.
- Goa Backwaters – Stories from Boat Ride.
- A walk of discovery at Arvalem.
- Duckbill Spillway at Salaulim Dam & Botanical Gardens.
- Summer Delights – Pink & Purple Fruits in Goa.
- Heritage Houses of Goa.
- Shantadurga & other Saraswat Temples in Goa.
- Nightlife of South Goa Beaches.
- Walk through Backwaters of Moira village.
- Walk around Fontainhas, Panjim.